Bryant, Ralph C., 1938- Pragmatic choices for international financial governance ; pt. 1.
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Collective surveillance : rationale and basic questions Venues for intergovernmental cooperation : general considerations Institutional dimensions of supranational surveillance The IMF and other international organizations as traffic monitors and adjustment referees Soft or hard guidelines? Improving analytical foundations Dissemination of information : transparency versus confidentiality The individual nation's choice of exchange regime Guidelines for cross-border financial transactions Use of financial sector assessments in broader surveillance of a nation's economic policies Explicit coordination of national macroeconomic policies? Evolution of macro-surveillance for the world economy Lending intermediation among national governments : general considerations Lending intermediation and surveillance by the IMF Should the IMF's mandate be narrowed to crisis vulnerability? Should the IMF's mandate be broadened? IMF lending facilities IMF lending : an overview The IMF : whose institution? IMF governance : distribution of quotas, voting power, and constituencies Aggregate size of IMF resources.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 154-163) and index.